Planning applications are constantly being submitted across Barrow and Furness.

With that in mind, the Mail has compiled a list of five of the stories you might have missed over the past seven days.

From workshop to house in Ulverston

Mr W Ramsay has submitted plans to Westmorland and Furness Council to convert a former workshop on The Gill into a two-bedroom residential dwelling.

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Dozens of new homes for Barrow

Mulberry Homes has applied to Westmorland and Furness Council to construct 46 new homes on ‘open fields’ north of Sherbourne Avenue.

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Expansion of housing estate gets green light

The council has approved plans from Oakmere Homes for 12 more homes on the Dalton Lane housing site where the developer has outline planning permission to build 142 homes.

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Ambleside hotel to keep outside seating despite complaints

The Fisherbeck Hotel on Old Lake Road is to retain an outdoor seating platform despite objections from the Lakes Parish Council.

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Walney caravan park fights council once again

South End Caravan Park have submitted plans that would allow them to operate for the entirety of the year.

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